Who We Are
MassMutual Greater Washington serves over 29,300 clients1 throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Our main office in Bethesda, Maryland provides superior training, technical support and administrative services to a network of over 20 affiliated offices.
We provide you with a blend of expertise, financial products and services based on your needs and circumstances. We are an organization of professional financial associates with our primary focus being innovative financial strategies and tax effective plans.
Our highly-trained Financial Professionals are backed by a team of product specialists with over 150 years of combined experience in estate analysis, life insurance, disability income insurance, annuities, pension and retirement plans, business insurance, executive compensation, employee benefits and asset accumulation strategies.
How We Can Help
We can help you identify and prioritize your financial goals and objectives. Once we gather the facts and feelings related to those goals, we’ll provide you with personalized strategies and insurance and investment solutions. We want to meet with you regularly to help you stay on track to reach your financial goals. We believe doing business the right way leads to long-lasting relationships.
To the Community
Having a strong presence in our community helps improve the quality of lives of many individuals and allows us to more widely educate on the importance of financial protection. MassMutual Greater Washington supports its Women’s Advisory Board, which support financial literacy for girls throughout greater Washington, DC.
MassMutual Greater Washington is also committed to making life insurance available to those who can least afford it. As such, we have distributed over $2.45 million in free2 life insurance as part of MassMutual’s LifeBridgeSM Program. This program is designed to help protect the dream of providing an education for a child if the qualifying parent dies before the child completes school.
1 An insured, owner, or payer of a MassMutual policy or contract (as of 12/31/13).
2 MassMutual pays the premiums.